Seagram (rapper)

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Background information
Birth nameSeagram Miller
BornApril 13, 1970[1][2]
OriginOakland, California, United States
DiedJuly 31, 1996 (aged 26)[3]
Years active1989–1996
LabelsRap-A-Lot, Virgin
Associated actsGangsta P, Too Short, Scarface, Spice 1, Yukmouth, Bushwick Bill, Ganksta N-I-P, Willie D, Geto Boys

Seagram Miller (April 13, 1970 – July 31, 1996)[1] was an American rapper from Oakland, California.[4]

Miller released two albums in his lifetime: The hard-edged and violent The Dark Roads and the more typically laid-back west coast style Reality Check. Miller was shot to death in a drive-by shooting on July 31, 1996. The killing remains unsolved.[3][5] He is interred in Oakland. His first posthumous album titled Souls on Ice was released in 1997.

Aside from his own releases, Seagram is perhaps best known for his collaborations with his labelmates, the Geto Boys.


Studio albums[edit]

Posthumous studio albums[edit]

Compilation albums[edit]

  • Greatest Hits (2009)
  • Bay Business Soundtrack (2016)


  • "The Vill" (from the album The Dark Roads) (1992)
  • "The Dark Roads" (from the album The Dark Roads) (1992)
  • "Eastside" (from the album Reality Check) (1994)
  • "If the World Was Mine" (from the album Souls on Ice) (1997)

Music videos[edit]

  • "The Vill" (from the album The Dark Roads) (1992)
  • "The Dark Roads" (from the album The Dark Roads) (1992)
  • "Eastside" (from the album Reality Check) (1994)
  • "If the World Was Mine" (from the album Souls on Ice) (1997)

Guest appearances[edit]

Year Album Song
1992 Street Life "Break Yourself" (Kool Rock Jay featuring Seagram)
The South Park Psycho "Action Speaks Louder Than Words" (Ganksta N-I-P featuring Scarface, Willie D & Seagram)
1993 Player's Choice "Jack Mission" (Too Much Trouble featuring Seagram)
Till Death Do Us Part "Bring it On" (Geto Boys featuring Seagram, DMG, 3-2, Too Much Trouble, 5th Ward Boyz, Devin the Dude & Ganksta N-I-P)
1995 Bad N-Fluenz "Dirty Work" (Rappin' Ron & Ant Diddley Dog featuring Mr. Ill, Seagram & Too Short)
Sick-O "Sick-O" (3X Krazy featuring Seagram & Gangsta P)
1996 Message to the Black Man "3 Strikes" (Askari X featuring 3X Krazy, Bad N-Fluenz, Brotha Moe, The Delinquents, Mike Mike, Mr. Ill & Seagram)
Cell Block Compilation "Out To Be The Boss" (Seagram & Luniz)
1997 Stackin Chips "Can't Fuck With This" (3X Krazy featuring Harm & Seagram)
Put It Down "5150" (Big Toine featuring Seagram & Yobe)
State Vs. Pooh-Man Straight from San Quentin "Don't Fuck Wit My Money" (Pooh-Man featuring Seagram & Big Mack)
International Blunt Funk Compilation "East Side Soldier" (Seagram, Yukmouth, Dru Down & Pooh-Man)
Notorious: Pimps, Playa's & Hustlas Compilation "Real Hoggs" (Seagram, 20 Sack & G-Nut)
1998 My Homies "Sleepin' In My Nikes" (Seagram featuring Scarface)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Seagram Discography". Retrieved August 7, 2015.
  2. ^
  3. ^ a b "Oakland rapper dies in gunfire". Retrieved September 27, 2014.
  4. ^
  5. ^ The List: Rappers gunned down, The Washington Times, 8 March 2012

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